• B-Mets downright offensive in 11-2 victory

    The Binghamton Mets pounded out 18 hits to beat the Erie SeaWolves, 11-2, on Tuesday night at Jerry Uht Park. Binghamton scored ten unanswered runs and crossed home at least once in all but two innings in the series-opening victory.

  • B-Mets in search of runs

    The Binghamton professional baseball team's struggled continued during the eight-game home stand. The B-Mets went 2-6 over the eight games dropping their record to 11 games under .500 and 13-games back in the division.

  • B-Mets bats hot early, not often in 9-2 loss

    The Binghamton Mets plated two runs in the first inning, but went scoreless in the next eight in a 9-2 loss to the Trenton Thunder Monday afternoon at NYSEG Stadium. The B-Mets dropped their third straight and have lost 19 of their past 24.

  • B-Mets fall to Thunder, 2-0

    The Binghamton Mets were shut out for the fourth time this season, as they fell to the Trenton Thunder, 2-0, Sunday night at NYSEG Stadium. Binghamton went 0-for-10 with runners in scoring position and stranded 11 baserunners.

  • B-Mets dropped by Thunder, 6-3

    BINGHAMTON (WBNG) – The Binghamton Mets managed only five hits and were bested by the Trenton Thunder, 6-3, Saturday night at NYSEG Stadium.

  • Six-run fourth propels B-Mets to 6-3 win

    In front of a sellout crowd of 6,182, the Binghamton Mets offense erupted for six runs on six hits in the bottom of the fourth inning and defeated the Trenton Thunder, 6-3, Friday night at NYSEG Stadium. Major League rehabber Wilmer Flores went 1-for-4 with a single and a run.

  • B-Mets drop series finale to Richmond

    The Richmond Flying Squirrels scored three runs in the top of the seventh to break a scoreless tie and held on to defeat the Binghamton Mets, 4-1.

  • NYSEG Stadium to go tobacco-free in 2017

    In celebration of No Tobacco Night on Wednesday, the Binghamton Mets announced NYSEG Stadium will go tobacco-free starting in the 2017 season.

  • B-Mets bullpen hit hard in 11-2 loss

    The Binghamton Mets bullpen allowed eight runs on 11 hits and the B-Mets were thumped by the Richmond Flying Squirrels, 11-2, Wednesday night at NYSEG Stadium.

  • Position flexibility important for B-Mets

    Dom Smith and Matt Oberste are two of Binghamton's leading hitters. Smith leads the team in RBI, while Oberste leads the team in batting average. Both players are natural first basemen, meaning one has to play a different position in order for both to be in the lineup.

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